9 Replies to “Which r the best mutual funds right now available in market ?”

  1. it is impossible to find the ‘best’ funds but I would suggest one that has a good track record – try looking at the vanguard site – no charge and low overhead- they have a mixture f funds that are both stocks and bonds because when stocks go down the bonds go up and visa versa

  2. The ratings of mutual funds keep changing. What is best today maynot be tomorrow. You much check the track record and 3-year returns generated by the MF.
    Also, you muct look at returns generated during bear markets and during sharp corrections of the market.
    By these standards – HDFC MF scores best.
    Stay invested for long term in SIP (systemic investment plan) based Equity oriented fund. For tax benefits you can also consider HDFC Tax Saver or HDFC Long Term Advantage funds.

  3. Sundaram Select Midcap (G)
    Reliance Growth Fund (G)
    Pru ICICI Infrastructure (G)
    Magnum Contra Fund (G)

    At present these are the best funds in Equity

  4. Tata Infrastructure
    Sundaram Select Midcap (G)
    Reliance Growth Fund (G)
    Pru ICICI Infrastructure (G)
    Magnum Contra Fund (G)
    Franklin Prima

    You can also check out indiainfoline.com for listing, or consult Capital Market magazine.

  5. A financial advisor would be the best person to consult according to your expenditure bracket, time, etc.
    however some good companies that keep floating newer issues can be:-

    HDFC, ICICI Prudential, DSP Merril Lynch, Fidelity, Birla Sunlife, Morgan Stanley, ABN Amro, Franklin Templeton, Standard Chartered, State Bank of India, Cholamandalam, Kotak Mahindra, Reliance, HSBC, LIC

  6. What is the best for you could be the worst for me.

    How long are you holding your mutual funds and how much risk can you take?

  7. It is very difficult to interpret “good” in your question.
    Depends whether your objective is Tax saving , growth or Security.

    If Tax saving is your criteria then go for
    HDFC Taxsaver or Magnum Taxgain

    For growth: Reliance Growth Fund

    For security: go for debt oriented funds

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